Yacht Charter Seychelles

Charter a yacht in the Seychelles and see for yourself why this archipelago, made of 115 glistening tropical gems, is famously called "heaven on Earth". With the majority of islands lying outside the cyclone belt, the crystalline waters of the Seychelles will offer you the sailing experience of a lifetime.

With their numerous beaches, ranging from soft white sandy beaches to romantic secret coves and their calm, clear, turquoise waters, the Seychelles are also a great place for snorkeling and scuba diving.

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You can choose to explore the Inner Islands of the Seychelles with their three main islands: Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. These islands are the cultural and economic centre of the Seychelles and also the hub of tourism industry. Moorings here are safe and sailing distances are short, which means they are suitable for sailing beginners. You can also explore the other group of islands called the Outer Islands or the Coralline Seychelles. The Outer Islands are less visited due to their relative remoteness, but they also offer a very interesting, untouched scenery, a home to many rare species.

Seychelles, a tropical multi-ethnic archipelago located in the Indian Ocean, makes an excellent choice for sailing.
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The absolute highlight of the Seychelles and a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites is the Aldabra Group, composed of three atolls: Aldabra itself, Cosmoledo, Astove and an elevated limestone platform island called Assumption.

Whether you choose a bareboat charter, a skippered sailboat or a catamaran, or a luxury yacht charter, sailing in the Seychelles really is a unique lifetime experience you should not miss. Treat yourself, and let SailingEurope plan the sailing holidays of your dreams.

Why sailing in the Seychelles?

  • Due to their calm waters and islands lying outside the cyclone belt, the Seychelles are an ideal sailing destination throughout the whole year.
  • The absence of people on the majority of the islands ensures that rare animal and plant species thrive in peace.
  • Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles, is the smallest capital in the world. You can explore the entire city by foot in less than a day.
  • The Seychelles are an interesting mix of cultures: their inhabitants arrived from Africa, Asia and Europe, so each of them brought their own customs and traditions.